The front wall of our living room needed something. It was just begging for an accent wall, but we weren't sure what sort of material. Until we found Timberchic, a company that creates reclaimed wood specifically to be placed on the wall. It would lend a bit of a rustic feel to a space desperately searching for an identity, and some much-needed textural interest. Click through to find out how it turned out - and to learn how to do it yourself.
This small barn located in Flanders, Belgium has been transformed into a dreamy office space, courtesy of Studio Farris Architects. The project utilizes "an autonomous piece of furniture" made of stacked wood beans that not only creates individual workspaces but also a
Sometimes woodworking seems intimidating, even for the best DIYer. But that doesn't have to be the case - there are plenty of easy projects out there that include great instructions. Here are ten of our favorite DIY accent tables made with wood.
Growing season is upon us where I live, and I'm itching to plant some herbs. But where to plant? Outside, deer and rabbits mow down anything within their reach. Inside, there isn't much space. To overcome both obstacles, we've rounded up 10 small space herb garden projects
When it comes to plants, there is a common stigma that they are hard to care for and that you need a super green thumb in order to have them in your home or outdoor space. The truth is, there are all kinds of sizes and species to suit your schedule and needs so that caring for them comes as natural as possible. And this vertical planter (made from a SHOE ORGANIZER!) is a genius way to keep your plants all in one place so that you have...
I've been on the fence with the shiplap trend. Part of me feels it has a tendency to look like the walls you hang racks on in retail stores, but part of me also feels that, if done right, it can take on a beautiful and beachy-calm (new style phrase) look. And that's just how this room turned out! For less than $150! Read on to see the final look!
As a typography officionado and interior design lover, I'm always thrilled when my two passions come together in the form of a beautifully designed room that incorporates typographical elements. And there are more out there than you might think. Here are ten of my recent favorites.
That author's name you see on the book pictured above--JoAnn Moser?--that's me. Yup, I wrote a book. An honest to goodness, available-at-Amazon-and-local-retailers-near-you, book. It all started back in December of 2014 when Mark Johanson from Cool Springs Press contacted me regarding an idea he had about a
Ever see a project using wood slices and wonder how the maker gets them all so evenly sliced? (If you've ever tried to get an even cut on a round tree limb, you know what I'm talking about.) In the case of this project, their uniformity has everything to do
Ever since we moved into our new house, I had been searching for a fun piece of art that could hang in the empty space above the sink. And then my utensil drawer started getting too full... and I had an idea. Why not make a functional piece of artwork that could store utensils right on the wall? Then all of your often-used tools would be handy - no need to search through a drawer to find the peeler anymore. Keep reading to check out the final piece and to find out how to make one of your own.
When Amy spotted West Elm's Plank Coffee Table--pictured above--on their website ($999), she had to have one. But she also realized she could make one using pallet wood for a fraction of the cost. With her detailed
Every DIY enthusiast on the planet most likely already has the bulk of the supplies necessary to make these charger plates. Leftover underlayment or plywood, glue gun and glue, jig
Do you have a love for gardening, but no backyard? If the answer is yes, you're not alone... and there are so many ways to overcome this obstacle and satisfy your green thumb. Container gardens are one. Keep reading to check out ten of our favorites.
Spring will be here eventually, and when it arrives, I'll be ready and waiting with my pretty floral rope wreath IKEA hack. This is one of the easiest hacks I've shared yet - and you'll never guess what IKEA product I used. Keep reading to find out.
When Jessica spotted Anthropologie's Swing Shelf ($108), she knew she could DIY one for a fraction of the cost. She did...and for only $25. Supplies were minimal and included some sisal rope, some copper
For all those stay-at-home moms who have very busy lives, this DIY is for you! Or anyone who loves an excuse to be pampered just a bit every day.
Unfortunately, going to the spa isn't a realistic or practical option for many of us. Which is why something as simple as this DIY Pebble Bath Mat can make the world of difference - so take comfort the next time you get a spare minute to soak in some suds!
I love combining two different mediums to create something truly unique and special. And that's just what these spoons are! Made from clay and driftwood, they would make excellent little gifts or party favors!
Jenni used plywood, wood glue, and casing to fabricate this very cool geometric headboard. As for tools, they're minimal too. Spring clamps and a miter saw. Because she used a mix of unfinished casing
Dyed Easter eggs are pretty and all, but for natural beauty, brown eggs are the way to go. Personalize them with Andrea's stamping idea and they'd look perfect in any basket. The supplies list to make some ourselves is about as short as it
We're oh-so-close to warm weather and budding trees up here in New England, but we're just not quite there yet. So why not bring the outdoors in while we're waiting? Here are ten of our favorite ways to use pieces of nature inside to get us into the springtime mood.